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Most recent edit on 2011-12-09 19:41:00 by DanielLadnar

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The first ever general assembly of the Moonlighters' Union was held at the opening of Platform's exhibition To Have - To Own, Vaasa, Kuntsi, 3 December 2011.

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The first evey general assembly of the Moonlighters' Union was held at the opening of Platform's exhibition To Have - To Own, Vaasa, Kuntsi, 3 December 2011.



Edited on 2011-12-09 19:32:13 by DanielLadnar

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The Moonlighters' Union holds assemblies at night in irregular intervals, in different contexts and in different constellations. At each assembly, a budget, in cash, is made available to fund future activities that people think they should get paid for. Today, the only distintion between labour and leisure often seems to be whether you get paid or not - as it says in point 4 of the ten-point-programme of the Moonlighters' Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!

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The Moonlighters' Union holds assemblies at night in irregular intervals, in different contexts and in different constellations. At each assembly a budget is made available to fund activities that people think they should get paid for.
The Moonlighters' Union questions the value of work in distinction to other activities as well as the disappearnce difference between labour and leisure.
. As it says in point 4 of the ten-point-programme of the Moonlighters' Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!




Edited on 2011-12-09 19:24:41 by DanielLadnar

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Moonlighting:
ďThe performance of an illicit action by night.Ē
ďThe practice of doing paid work in addition to oneís regular employment.Ē
We donít believe in regular employment. 9-to-5 was yesterday. Today is 24/7. We are all doing nothing else but moonlight. Even when you think you are doing nothing, youíre just recharging your batteries to become more productive the rest of the time. But our batteries are fully charged, weíre running on lunar power. Our insomnia is what other people refer to as their lunch break.
The Moonlighters' Union holds assemblies at night in irregular intervals, in different contexts and in different constellations. At each assembly a budget is made available to fund activities that people think they should get paid for.
The Moonlighters' Union questions the value of work in distinction to other activities as well as the disappearnce difference between labour and leisure.
. As it says in point 4 of the ten-point-programme of the Moonlighters' Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!


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Ten audience members are each paid 10 Euros for an hour's work they might do in the future - work here can refer to anything they think they should be paid for. As it says in point 4 of the ten-point-programme of the Moonlighter's Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!



Edited on 2011-12-09 18:54:17 by DanielLadnar

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The first evey general assembly of the Moonlighters' Union was held at the opening of Platform's exhibition To Have - To Own, Vaasa, Kuntsi, 3 December 2011.



Edited on 2011-12-09 18:52:40 by DanielLadnar

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Ten audience members are each paid 10 Euros for an hour's work they might do in the future - work here can refer to anything they think they should be paid for. As it says in point 4 of the ten-point-programme of the Moonlighter's Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!

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Ten audience members are each paid 10 Euros for an hour's work they might do in the future - work here can refer to anything they think they should be paid for. As it says in point 4 of the 10-point-programme of the Moonlighter's Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!



Edited on 2011-12-09 18:52:14 by DanielLadnar

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Ten audience members are each paid 10 Euros for an hour's work they might do in the future - work here can refer to anything they think they should be paid for. As it says in point 4 of the 10-point-programme of the Moonlighter's Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!

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Ten audience members are each paid 10 Euros for an hour's work they might do in the future - work here can refer to anything they think they should be paid for. As it says in point 4 of the 10-point-programme of the Moonlighter's Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!



Edited on 2011-12-09 18:49:25 by DanielLadnar

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Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of Neil Young, tonightís the night. Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of John Lennon and Paul Mc Cartney, itís been a hard dayís night, and Iíve been working like a dog. Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of Eric B and Rakim, together, we can get paid in full.

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Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of Neil Young, tonightís the night. Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, itís been a hard dayís night, and Iíve been working like a dog. Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of Eric B and Rakim, together, we can get paid in full.



Edited on 2011-12-09 18:49:11 by DanielLadnar

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Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of Neil Young, tonightís the night. Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, itís been a hard dayís night, and Iíve been working like a dog. Ladies and gentlemen, in the words of Eric B and Rakim, together, we can get paid in full.
Ten audience members are each paid 10 Euros for an hour's work they might do in the future - work here can refer to anything they think they should be paid for. As it says in point 4 of the 10-point-programme of the Moonlighter's Union: The value of an activity cannot be measured in money. But we still want to get paid. You are probably all familiar with the concept of "pay as you wish". Our long-term plan is to introduce a new concept: get paid as you wish!




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